JMBM is listed in the article, "An A-List Firm Takes the Road Less Traveled," in the June 28, 2007 issue of The American Lawyer. JMBM is ranked 179 of the Am Law 200, which measures performance in four areas: revenue per lawyer, pro bono, associate satisfaction, and diversity.
Tim Lappen was quoted in the article, "Law Firms Expanding Wealth-Planning Practices," which appeared in the "Law Firms" section of the June 18, 2007 issue of The National Law Journal.
Travis Gemoets was quoted in an article titled, "Justices Say Home Healthcare Aides Not Entitled to Minimum Wage, Overtime," in the June 12, 2007 issue of the Los Angeles Times.
Jim Butler was quoted in the article, "Local Developer Plans Tallest Building in Downtown San Diego: Luxury Tower Would Have 364 Hotel Rooms and Condo-hotel Units Along with 59 Luxury Condominiums," in the June 11, 2007 edition of the California Real Estate Journal.
Meet the Money® 2007 brings capital providers and developers together. On May 3, 2007, Jim Butler, Chair of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group® hosted JMBM’s annual Meet the Money® conference, the premier hotel finance conference in the United States. A stellar list of speakers representing some of the industry’s most active players provided insight into the […]
What would Meet the Money® be without an up-to-date report from Smith Travel Research (STR)? Below are current statistics, for the 12 months ending March 2007, as presented by STR Senior Vice President, Bobby Bowers. This supply-demand chart is a classic. It shows results since the late 1980s and dramatically illustrates how room demand growth […]
Mark Woodworth of PKF Hospitality Research presented the latest statistics to our Meet the Money® crowd to help answer the question on everyone’s mind: Are we at the peak of the hotel cycle? He believes we are approaching the peak of the current cycle and suggests that the industry may “plateau at the peak,” enjoying […]
Jim Butler was quoted in the June 1, 2007 issue of Hospitality Law in an article titled, "Properly Investigate Before Making Allegations."